After more stars, including Arkon Jackson, attacked the top factory in Europe, ex Maccabi Tel Aviv joined: “It took them forever to stop the games, the decision was taken too late”
Euroleague players continue to criticize the plant's management for its behavior in the face of the Corona crisis. After Moscow and Barcelona CSC stars Mike James and Malcolm Delaney attacked senior executives in Europe on Tuesday for their insistence on resuming the season, this time it was Exx Maccabi Tel Aviv – Michael Roll's turn. Milan actor hosted a podcast in the States Allied and talking about the slowness, the Euroleague decided to stop the games.
“In my opinion Adam Silver did a great job. He initiated and thought forward on so many issues and did so quickly, in my opinion,” he complimented. Roll To the NBA commissioner and comparison to Europe: “In Europe it took forever, they dragged their feet. The decision was taken later than it should, in my opinion.”
Who won two championships in yellow uniform told how he experienced the days before the Euroleague stop: “We played against Real Madrid at home without a crowd. Then we went to Valencia for another game without a crowd, because the government there did not approve. A week after we were supposed to play at home against Olympiacos but two days ago Yes, the Greek government canceled all flights to Italy. The Euroleague suggested we play in Berlin but we didn't want to leave the country, because maybe they wouldn't let us go home. And if someone had contracted the virus, the whole group would have had to go into isolation for two weeks, cut off from the family. “
“It was a disaster,” Roll concluded. “The game was planned for Friday and we decided to go that day to get in and out of Germany quickly. Olympiacos was already there Thursday and then learned that the NBA had stopped the games, so the Euroleague had no choice but to do the same.” .
“It was a disaster.” Roll and Milan Players in the Hall of Light (Danny Maron)